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Employer Nomination Scheme Visa

186 (Employer Nomination PR) Visa

The 186 (Employer Nomination PR) Visa is a permanent residence visa designed for skilled workers who have an employer in Australia willing to nominate them. Employers in Australia can nominate skilled foreign workers under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) for the category 186 permanent residence visa.

To apply for this visa, a skilled foreign worker must first be nominated by an authorized Australian company. The applicant’s location at the time of application is not relevant. If applying for the visa within Australia, applicants must hold a current visa or a bridging visa A, B, or C.

The 186 (Employer Nomination PR) Visa offers different streams based on specific criteria, including the Direct Entry stream, Labour Agreement stream, and Temporary Residence Transition stream.

Features:

  • Indefinite Stay: Visa holders can stay in Australia indefinitely.
  • Work and Study: Visa holders can work and study in Australia.
  • Medicare Enrollment: Visa holders can enroll in Australia’s public healthcare scheme, Medicare.
  • Family Sponsorship: Visa holders can sponsor their relatives to come to Australia.
  • Travel Validity: Visa holders can travel to and from Australia for 5 years.
  • Path to Citizenship: Eligible applicants can apply for Australian citizenship.
  • Eligibility:

    • Occupation: Applicants must have an occupation on the list of eligible skilled occupations.
    • Work Experience: Applicants must have at least 3 years of relevant work experience, unless exempted.
    • Skills Assessment: Applicants must have a positive skills assessment, unless exempted.

    To assess your eligibility for the 186 (Employer Nomination PR) Visa or to obtain more information, Please book a FREE consultation now.

    494 (Regional Employer Sponsored) Visa

    The 494 (Regional Employer Sponsored) Visa allows regional employers in Australia to address labor shortages by sponsoring skilled workers when suitable Australian workers cannot be found.

    Visa applicants must have a suitable skills assessment and at least 3 years of skilled employment. The visa is valid for five years, and specific conditions are in place to ensure that visa holders live, work, and study exclusively in regional areas and only in their designated job. Failure to comply with these conditions within 90 days of receiving the visa may result in visa revocation.

    The 494 (Regional Employer Sponsored) Visa offers different streams, including the Employer Sponsored stream, Labor Agreement stream, and Subsequent Entrant.

    Features:

    • Regional Residence: Visa holders can live, work, and study only in designated regional areas of Australia for 5 years.
    • Travel Validity: Visa holders can travel to and from Australia for 5 years.
    • Path to Permanent Residence: Eligible applicants can apply for permanent residence after 3 years from the time their visa is granted, if eligible.

    Eligibility:

    • Nomination: Applicants must be nominated by an approved work sponsor.
    • Occupation: Applicants must have an occupation on a relevant skilled occupation list.
    • Skills Assessment: Applicants must have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation.
    • Age: Applicants must be under 45 years of age.
    • English Language Proficiency: Applicants must meet minimum standards of English language proficiency.

    To assess your eligibility for the 494 (Regional Employer Sponsored) Visa or to obtain more information, Please book a FREE consultation now.

    482 (Temporary Skill Shortage) Visa

    The 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage) Visa allows Australian employers to address temporary skill shortages by hiring skilled workers when suitable Australian candidates are not available. This Visa permits the recruitment of foreign workers to fill these skill gaps while ensuring preference is given to Australian workers. Holders of the 482 Visa can work in Australia in their chosen profession and may have a pathway to permanent residency.

    To be sponsored under the 482 visas, an individual must be sponsored by a Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) or an Overseas Business Sponsor (OBS) if the company cannot employ an Australian citizen or permanent resident for the skilled work.

    The 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage) Visa offers different streams, including the Short-term stream, Medium-term stream, Labour Agreement stream, and Subsequent Entrant.

    Features:

    • Occupation Eligibility: The occupation must be on the short-term skilled occupations list for the Short-term stream or on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) or the Regional Occupation List (ROL) for the Medium-term stream.
    • Work Duration: The Medium-term stream allows individuals to work in Australia for up to four years.
    • Labour Agreement: The Labour Agreement stream requires the employer to have a labour agreement with the Australian government in effect.
    • Family Members: The Subsequent Entrant stream is for family members of subclass 482 and 457 visa holders.

    Eligibility:

    • Sponsorship: Applicants must be nominated for a skilled position by an approved sponsor.
    • Skills: Applicants must have the necessary skills to perform the job.
    • English Language Proficiency: Applicants must meet the relevant English language requirements.

    To assess your eligibility for the 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage) Visa or to obtain more information, Please book a FREE consultation now.

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